Education

    by Maddi Gillel Simple lines of black and white and right and wrong have been blurred. The old institutions are not what they used to be and the new organizations are, many times, also suspect. I am well aware that there have been what is known as...

“ Diane Robertson       "President Obama’s overreaching executive order is the latest example illustrating that the very government that the Constitution charges with protecting religious freedom is now the primary threat to religious freedom. The administration has brazenly bypassed Congress and declared that the only...

by Holly GardnerEvery day, as I drive around running errands and visiting family, I see campaign sign after campaign sign on every stinking corner and in a lot of front yards.  It’s an election year and the races for State Representatives, State Senators, School Superintendent,...

(2 of 3 in a Series of Entrepreneurial Adventure) by Rebecca Mallory It's been two weeks since you started your own business, right? Or perhaps you've been waiting patiently for the "how to's" in launching your teen into entrepreneurial success. You're in luck, because today, we're...

Diane Robertson In a speech at Independence Hall on the Fourth of July, Vice President, Joe Biden, declared that gay marriage is “the civil rights issue of our day”, stating that it is, ”clear that you should be able to marry whoever you love — period.” Accusing...

Kristi Kane     What are two rights of everyone living in the United States? Freedom of expression, freedom of speech, freedom of     assembly, freedom to petition the government,        freedom to     worship, the right to bear arms. What do we show loyalty to when we...

Roseann Salanitri on June 25, 2014 in Faith & Family,   Last year I wrote an article entitled “Resurrecting Sodom”[i]. In it I chronicled seven events in our nation’s history that I believed were leading us down a path that would end at Sodom’s front door. The advent of Common Core...